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      June 17, 2019

      Monday   8:00 AM

      35 22nd Street East
      Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0C8

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      Bridging Economic Reconciliation - Acting on TRC#92

      What does reconciliation mean, how can the economy be better with reconciliation, what organizations are doing their part, and what can be done for those that are new to the reconciliation process?     Chief Darcy Bear, Whitecap Dakota First Nation, and Tribal Chief Mark Arcand, Saskatoon Tribal Council, are leading this conference to address these issues. Speakers include leaders from industry, finance, education, government and Indigenous communities. BRIDGING ECONOMIC RECONCILIATION is a business development event addressing how we can learn from successful partnerships between Saskatchewan businesses and institutions, and the Indigenous community, while providing a meeting place to network and form new synergies. The event features a wide range of innovative ideas that can improve your business and open untapped markets. For more information, please visit: https://www.reconciliationeducation.ca/trc92  AGENDA 8:00am      Registration 9:00am       Grand Entry and Greetings 9:30am        Indigenous Business – Economic Empowerment  Tabatha Bull, CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business 9:50am  First Nations Community Economic Development - Sponsored by Saskatoon Community Foundation -  Panel Moderator – Tabatha Bull Whitecap Dakota First Nation - Chief Darcy Bear Lac La Ronge Indian Band – Chief Tammy Cook-Searson Cowessess First Nation – Chief Cadmus Delorme 10:30am Break - Sponsored by Affinity Credit Union 10:50am    "Economic Reconciliation" 11:30am   Province and Municipalities -Innovative Policy to Support the Economy - Sponsored by Government of Saskatchewan - Moderator – David Sharpe, Bridging Finance Mayor Charlie Clark Honourable Minister Gordon Wyant  Honourable Minister Warren Kaeding LUNCH      Sponsored by SIGA 1:00pm      Carm Michalenko - Executive Director - Saskatoon Community Foundation 1:10pm    Success at SIGA - Zane Hansen – President and CEO, SIGA 1:20pm       Financial Institutions Supporting the Economy – Sponsored by BMO - Panel Moderator- Paul Ledoux, Affinity Credit Union Peace Hills Trust – David Boisvert First Nations Bank – Keith Martell BMO – Stephen Fay, Head Indigenous Banking North America  2:10pm    Education Supplying Talent to the Economy – Sponsored by Dakota Dunes CDC - Panel Moderator - Kelly Lendsay, Indigenous Works SIIT – Riel Bellegarde – President & CEO Saskatchewan Polytechnic – Dr Larry Rosai, President and CEO University of Saskatchewan - Provost Tony Vannelli 2:55pm Break - Sponsored by SIIT 3:15pm  Industry Foundational Relationships to the Economy - Sponsored by Nutrien - Panel Moderator – Tribal Chief Mark Arcand Nutrien – Mark Thompson  JNE Welding – Jim Nowakowski Allnorth Engineering – Darby Kreitz 4:00pm  Celebration of Success (SIIT and U of S) Edwards School of Business SIIT President and CEO, Riel Bellegarde U of S Edwards School of Business - Noreen Mahoney Signing Ceremony Premier’s Address   Premier Scott Moe Eugene Arcand - Final Remarks Visit the Indigenous Youth Entrepreneur Tradeshow - Sponsored by Nutrien This conference is the Saskatchewan launch of the film “Economic Reconciliation” featuring an economically self-sustaining community with financially independent members. Produced on heels of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) final report, this is the first ever film on economic reconciliation in Canada.  HOSTED BY THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS SIGA BMO Saskatoon Community Foundation Affinity Credit Union SREDA SFNEDN NSBA Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce Government of Saskatchewan SIIT Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce Nutrien Dakota Dunes CDC Tourism Saskatoon

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